As of yesterday, Zimbabwe had recorded four deaths from the confirmed 42 cases of Covid-19.
“Our sports medicine committee will liaise with the health experts from the ministry of Health and Child Care on the way forward,” Bare told the Daily News on Sunday.
Those sporting disciplines which will be allowed to return will need to adhere to strict health guidelines.
“It’s been very difficult for us as coaches and for the teams I must say,” Ndiraya said.
“We are trying, we are giving our players some programmes to do; we can only hope that they will be very professional and stick to those programmes or even do much more.
“But you also understand that we also have some difficult players within a group and it’s those who we really would want a push.”
“Preparations had gone very well since day one in pre-season and when the lockdown was sanctioned by the government, we were nearing the beginning of the season and obviously we were almost there in terms of our pre-season training,” Dodo said.
“So it’s going to be tough when we regroup but by the grace of God, I urge all Zimbabweans to remain safe and always adhere to the prescribed way of living in these difficult times that is sanitising, washing hands regularly and social distancing.”